• Britt Ahart
    Britt Ahart
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    Age: 42
    Mantua, OH
    Accountant

    Britt’s returning for Season 5 of Alone and more determined than ever before. After his experience of 35 days in Patagonia for Season 3, he realized the experience was like nothing he had ever experienced. He emerged at the end a completely changed person and was more in touch with himself physically, mentally and spiritually than ever before. Baptized by fire, he had successes and failures that pushed him to learn, practice and expand his skills and knowledge. In Patagonia Britt feels that he fought with nature, this season he plans to co-exist with it. He’s a new man coming to Mongolia and he plans to reach the finish line.?

    Here are the ten items Britt selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Knife
    2. Multitool
    3. Paracord
    4. Fishing line and hooks
    5. Pot
    6. Ferro Rod
    7. Sleeping Bag
    8. Bow and arrows
    9. Folding saw
    10. Trapping wire

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  • Nicole Apelian
    Nicole Apelian
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    Age: 48
    Raymond, WA

    Wilderness Living Skills Instructor

    Nicole’s passions range from living and teaching wilderness living skills (fire, water, shelter, trapping, foraging, etc.) to prepping/emergency preparedness to her deep knowledge of medicinal plants and herbal medicine.? Nicole also thrives as a personal wellness and life coach helping people develop personalized holistic life plans, especially as related to autoimmune issues, and has her own herbal medicinal apothecary line. She teaches workshops on her land in Oregon and Washington, and also travels to teach skills across the globe. She will miss her home, but will gain strength from thinking about her two sons back in the Pacific NW. After spending 57 days on Vancouver Island during Season 2, Nicole is excited to test her skills living off the land in this challenging foreign environment. She is grateful for all her mentors and supporters and is sure to channel them when facing the many challenges that await her in the wilds of Mongolia.?

    Here are the ten items Nicole selected to bring on her survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Knife
    2. Saw
    3. Sleeping bag
    4. Ferro rod
    5. Multitool
    6. Pot
    7. Fishing line and hooks
    8. Gill net
    9. Trapping wire
    10. Food ration

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  • Jesse Bosdell
    Jesse Bosdell
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    Age: 32
    Skowhegan, ME?
    Retired Green Beret

    Since last season Jesse’s been attending college for Bio-medical engineering at the University of Maine, while settling down and building a life around his organic garden and livestock farm. ?He’s worked as a wood working finisher during the summer while also performing in leading roles at the Lakewood Theatre in his hometown of Skowhegan.?

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    Keeping active by hiking and camping in national parks across New England, he’s also been hunting and survival camping on family and friend's property throughout Maine. He’s become a sponge for new survival tricks and hopes to showcase his new talents on the upcoming season in Mongolia.?

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    ?A fan of taking on new challenges, Jesse, along with his younger brother, has taken up bee keeping with hopes of making mead. Jesse’s builds his own bee hives by hand and has grown the hives from 12,000 bees to 30,000 bees and still growing.? He’s excited to try this grand adventure again, but this time on his own. Jesse’s fully confident he can do better than last season now that he’s solely relying on himself.?

    Here are the ten items Jesse selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Sleeping bag
    2. Knife
    3. Ferro rod
    4. Food ration
    5. Canteen
    6. Pot
    7. Bow and arrows
    8. Fishing line and hooks
    9. Saw
    10. Axe

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  • Randy Champagne
    Randy Champagne
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    Age: 31
    Boulder, UT
    Wilderness Skills Instructor

    Randy Champagne hails from Boulder Utah in the summer and Flagstaff, Arizona in the winter.? He has been instructing at the Boulder Outdoor Survival School for 9 years.? He teaches wildering living skills, primitive skills, and modern survival but really enjoys teaching and learning how to live with the land with only stone age tools.? He specializes in hunting and trapping with primitive methods and believes his time spent learning these principles and how to connect with the land will help him to be successful on season 5 in Mongolia.? After spending 21 days in living off the land on Vancouver Island, his greatest challenge was lack of food and companionship.? He knows moving forward into season 5 he will have to persevere through all hardships whether that is lack of food, lack of companionship, or extreme weather conditions in order to stay in the field for an extended period of time.?

    Here are the ten items Randy selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Knife
    2. Axe
    3. Sleeping bag
    4. Cooking pot
    5. Bow and arrows
    6. Trapping wire
    7. Fishing line and hooks
    8. Ferro rod and striker
    9. Saw
    10. Food ration

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  • Carleigh Fairchild
    Carleigh Fairchild
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    Age: 30
    Anchorage, Alaska
    Carpenter

    Carleigh Fairchild is an adventurer at heart, having studied survival skills since she was a teenager as well as earth-centric healing methods over the last few years. Thrilled to be selected to participate in season 3, Patagonia, she was excited to test her skills and survive as long as she possibly could. Carleigh’s strengths are in shelter building, fire making, edible plants and a establishing a connection with the land. These skills helped her survive 86 days in the wilds of Patagonia. She struggled with catching fish and keeping up her weight which ultimately led to her extraction. Leaving Patagonia Carleigh felt so thankful for everything and everyone in her life and there was a realness in living that she had never felt before. Thankful for a second chance Carleigh hopes to hunt and gather enough food so that she can sustain herself and plans on sticking around for the long haul.

    Here are the ten items Carleigh selected to bring on her survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Paracord
    2. Saw
    3. Sleeping bag
    4. Pot
    5. Ferro rod
    6. Canteen
    7. Fishing line and hooks
    8. Bow and arrows
    9. Knife
    10. Food ration

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  • Sam Larson
    Sam Larson
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    Age: 25
    Lincoln, NE
    Wilderness Skills Instructor

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    Sam Larson is an author and outdoor educator from Lincoln, Nebraska. As an educator, Sam teaches wilderness living classes on everything from animal processing to canoeing.? Since his 55 days on season one of Alone, Sam has added two new members to his family. His son, born shortly after his return from Vancouver Island, is now a 2 year-old that enjoys exploring the woods just as much as his dad. His daughter was born just days before he left for Mongolia. In his free time Sam enjoys writing and spending time with his family. His goal is to learn the ways of this Mongolian wilderness with an open mind, pursuing whatever it may teach him. \

    Here are the ten items Sam selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Saw
    2. Axe
    3. Pot
    4. Ferro rod
    5. Multitool
    6. Food Ration
    7. Food ration
    8. Sleeping bag
    9. Paracord
    10. Trapping wire

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  • Dave Nessia
    Dave Nessia
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    Age: 51
    Alphretta, GA
    Survival Consultant

    Dave's 73 day experience on Season 3 of Alone in Patagonia opened him to some life enhancing truths - if you have the courage, life does not have to continue in the direction you are going, and life has much more spice when you open yourself to living. With this in mind, Dave quit his job of six years as a bushcraft Instructor, moved into his truck, and searched for new ways to learn and experience the world. This involved consulting for the television and fly fishing. Dave's hope in Mongolia is to build a strong spiritual connection with the land and to learn what it takes to co-exist in this ecosystem.

    Here are the ten items Dave selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Axe
    2. Sleeping bag
    3. Pot
    4. Ferro rod
    5. Fishing line and hooks
    6. bow and arrows
    7. Gill net
    8. Trapping wire
    9. Knife
    10. Food ration

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  • Brad Richardson
    Brad Richardson
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    Age: 24
    Fox Lake, IL
    Blacksmith

    Since season 4, Brad has remained an avid outdoorsman. Spending most of his free time practicing primitive skills throughout the Midwest and lower sections of the boreal forest including his home state of Illinois. Learning the ways of his forefathers, Brad's grown very comfortable in a wilderness setting. Along with his love for the outdoors he is also a blacksmith. Through the company he runs with his siblings, Brad hand forges knives and tools. When he's not busy forging and camping, he creates educational bushcraft and blacksmithing videos.

    Here are the ten items Brad selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Axe
    2. Saw
    3. Knife
    4. Trapping wire
    5. Fishing line and hooks
    6. Bow and arrows
    7. Sleeping bag
    8. Ferro rod
    9. Frying pan
    10. Food Ration

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  • Larry Roberts
    Larry Roberts
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    Age: 47
    Rush City, MN
    Electrician

    Larry Roberts was a participant on season 2 of History’s Alone, filmed on Vancouver Island. He was the runner up on his season lasting 64 days. After returning home from his adventure he returned to his wife of 28 years and his two grown children. Larry continues to work as an electrician in the Minneapolis area. In his spare time he teaches at a well-known survival school, as well as teaching classes on his own. Larry also continues to increase his knowledge base by attending skills gatherings and taking as many other classes as possible. He feels his time on Alone made him a stronger person, tested his limits, and made him appreciate the small things in life. Larry also feels he is very blessed to have met, and made close friends of many of the participants of all the seasons of Alone. He’s been overwhelmed and very appreciative of the support of so many who watched his journey on Vancouver Island.? Larry is hoping to again push the limits of his survival knowledge, his endurance, and his mental toughness on this season. He is also prepared to push past his former breaking point that made him tap on season 2.

    Here are the ten items Larry selected to bring on his survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Knife
    2. Sleeping bag
    3. Pot
    4. Ferro rod
    5. Paracord
    6. Saw
    7. Fishing line and hooks
    8. Trapping wire
    9. Food ration
    10. Food ration

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  • Brooke Whipple
    Brooke Whipple
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    Age: 46
    Fox, AK / Reed City, MI
    Outdoor Educator

    Spending her winters in Reed City, Michigan and her summers in Fox, Alaska, Brooke Whipple is a light-hearted, adventurer and explorer. She has spent a lifetime chasing wilderness endeavors and is passionate about sharing her enthusiasm for the outdoors. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Outdoor/Adventure Recreation Management and has taught thousands of youth and adults the joy of outdoor exploration.?She is the mother of two awesome children, Belle, 14, and Mickey, 12.? Brooke has been married to her husband, Dave, for 19 years and it was with him that she endured 49 days on Vancouver Island on Alone Season 4.? Brooke is looking forward to this new challenge in Mongolia and hopes to surpass her previous stay on Vancouver Island.?

    Here are the ten items Brooke selected to bring on her survival journey to Mongolia:

    1. Axe
    2. Saw
    3. Sleeping bag
    4. Fishing line and hooks
    5. Ferro rod
    6. Multitool
    7. Pot
    8. Bow and arrows
    9. Food ration
    10. Trapping wire

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